Chelsea and Manchester United target Milos Krasic has moved to end speculation linking him with a transfer away from Italy, after his agent dismissed suggestions he could leave Juventus in favour of the Barclays Premier League.
The 26-year-old Serbian winger is enjoying the challenge that comes with playing in Serie A, and according to his representative Marko Naletilic, the Old Lady have no intention of selling him.
Krasic has been regularly linked with a move to Stamford Bridge, and was believed to be Blues boss Andre Villas-Boas' proposed target to be included in a swap deal for Brazilian defender Alex, when Juve expressed an interest in him before the transfer window shut.
"These are absurd rumours," Naletilic told notiziariosportivo.com. "Milos feels really good at Juventus and the club have no plans to sell him."
Reports emanating from Italy recently credited Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson with an interest in Krasic, claiming the Red Devils will rival Chelsea with a bid in January.
However, any potential move to Old Trafford, or west London for that matter has been rubbished the player's representative, who concluded:
"I don't understand how these rumours which have no foundation can grow. He is now preparing for the game against Siena as, against Parma, he was not ready because of injury."